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it ironic, part of a year end fiscal cliff avoider meant to address spending includes measures that hike spending? >> well, you'll getting there. i mean, ihink it's curious to-- >> well, let me-- seriously, i have not even gotten a sense of where there is. >> well, here is the point, neil. you mentioned at the opener and again that this is about addressing spending. of course it's about addressing spending, but that's nothe only i think it's about. there's obviousl there's two ways to address this, right, through spending and through revenue. it's about both those things and the president has said that he's open to entitlement reform no matter what nancy pelosi says, and so, i think it's on the table. >> i wish i could-- >> adam. he doesn't have a valid proposal here. >> give me one detail that he's put out there in terms of containing entitlements, he's not. he rejected his own panel's recommendations and this is a guy who is dead set on his agenda, which is expanding the entitlements, not contracting it and i still haven't heard a rational reason why you need to raise tes right now. yo
on the looming fiscal cliff on the weekly radio address. accusing the house of blocking a bill aimed at year end middle tax cuts. >> they put forward an unbalanced plan that lowers rates for the wealthiest americans. >> if we want to protect the middle class, the math didn't work. >> meanwhile, florida senator marco rubio delivering the response, prosperity should come through job creation and smaller debt not taxes. >> we must get the debt under control. taxes will not control our debt. >> both sides of the issue. i'm jamie colby, back to cavuto on fox business, only on the fox news channel. >> what's the deal with the guy wearing sunglasses and saying nothing? >> and all over again in michigan, protesting the right to work bill. the scene almost identical to wisconsin last year and that state's battle over collective bargaining and then, what's going on? >> and i think it's always tough for unions to admit they've lost allure. i'm a union man and i know charlie is very fond of unions. we love unions, but we want people to have the right to choose whether or not they belong to a union. a clothe
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